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the hospital. moments away. >> then this teen was boarding a flight heading out of the country to join al-qaeda. that's when he was nabbed by the f.b.i. details on this breaking story out of chicago this morning. >> and an emotional return for red sox fans. to fenway park. >> ♪ touching me ♪ touching you ♪ sweet caroline [ all singing ] ♪ good times never seen so good ♪ >> more on the surprise performance by neil diamond. "fox & friends" hour one begins right here. ♪ ♪ >> good morning again, everyone. we have a fox news alert for you. so much new information on what has happened in boston and the suspect. great to be with you. clayton morris, tucker. wonderful to you guys. under heavy guard and the bombing suspect is inside a massachusetts hospital following his capture friday night. >> that's where molly lion joins us from boston with the latest on his condition. molly? >> good morning, guys. well, dzhokhar tsarnaev is inside under treatment and under heavy guard, as you mentioned. no word whether or not he can communicate. but outside fenway park yesterday afternoon, governor ed
hand al-qaeda type attacks usually focus on large concentration shins of pedestrians and people such as buses stadiums, trains, not necessarily open wide streets. so there weren't that many casualties. as many as there were which is tragic it didn't kill as many as al-qaeda has killed in the past. remember this was the first successful bombing since 9/11. all other previous terrorist attacks there have been 95 attempted attacks were stopped by the f.b.i. except for three and those three occurred with shooting attacks so we knew the perpetrator immediately. this was the first successful bombing done since 9/11. >> is there anything in here that tells you that this was domestic related? >> well, i mean you kcan go bot ways on it. obviously you know tax day may be a protest but if tax day and you were protesting the government you would want to hit a government facility. my leaning is that considering the person of interest who they picked up and not necessarily guilty i want to add is of foreign origin that this looks like it's leaning toward that direction. >> do you have a sense
the indications of being al qaeda or al qaeda-affiliated attack. >> there are no suspects. officials are tracking multiple "persons of interest" including a man of middle eastern descent being treated at a local hospital. president obama urged against a rush to judgment not using the word "terrorism" but vowed justice for those responsible. >> make no mistake we will get to the bottom of this. we will find out who did this. we will find out why they did this. any responsible individuals, any responsible groups, will feel the full weight of justice. >> cities across the country this morning are on high alert for other potential plots, officials say if you see something, say something but the best advise is keep living your life. >> i realize there is no one in custody but is there anything at all that points to the work of international terrorists in this attack? >> officials point out it is significant that no group or individual in this case has claimed responsibility for the attack. they are pouring over the imprint of the bomb trying to compare it to past bombings, other bombs in the so-called
. in fact, they said they were getting support from al qaeda in iran. >> the individuals were receiving support from al qaeda elements located in iran. now, i can tell you that there is no information to indicate that these attacks were state sponsored. now, the government, zoraida is saying -- they're vehemently denying it could be operating out of their country. the chairman of the sub committee out of counter terrorism. he was told an attack was going to be censored on a commuter train from canada to the united states. authorities say they thwarted this attack before it could get going. but, again, these two individuals will be in court here in toronto at 10:00 eastern time. >> i think he actually said specifically new york city as well and that he was very grateful they thwarted that attack. thank you very much. ted rowlands. police say they arrested two al qaeda terrorists. the pair is to have aprofile similar to the suspects in the boston bombings. that event in madrid is expected to draw 26,000 runners. still ahead heavy rains and spring you that not a good combination in the nat
members of the homeland security committee say this looks like the mark of al qaeda. we have brand-new details in the f.b.i.'s investigation. first let's go downtown in boston. >> the sun is just beginning to rise over the city of boston, a much different city, a quiet city this morning, almost eerie to see boylston street behind me and this morning it still looks like a marathon happened here yesterday. streets are still a mess, papers are everywhere. that area is in lockdown. the business district not reopening today. that remains a crime scene as a terrorist investigation continues right now here on the streets of boston. this event happened just a little bit before 3:00 yesterday afternoon. that's when really the height of the marathon, the elite runners had long since finished about two hours earlier. so the people that were crossing the finish line were many of them charity runners, were here to raise money for leukemia, for the liver foundation, for all the various things that people raise money for in the course of the 26 miles, plus they're running. as they were crossing t
inside that inside pakistan. >> absolutely. wereer i thought we talking about al qaeda. >> you may have misheard. i think there was some real uncertainty. in the exchange that was the uncertainties, what was being referred to in afghanistan -- it is clear there is a sanctuary for the afghan taliban inside of pakistan. >> there is no doubt. and pakistan taliban has moved east to parts of afghanistan and back into pakistan. think in the future it would be wise to pin that down and talk with the members of congress. repeatedly used interchangeably. saying it is a mistake one way or another but it is used interchangeably by many colleagues. i am good tread be more accurate in the future. to be moreng to try accurate in the future. if i am accurate you should be aware of that. secondly i want to ask you about thesthe decision on the number of troops that will be there after 2014. i think maybe all of us agree critical commitment earlier. the uncertainty does exist in afghanistan and to be removed from the eyes of the people and government who clearly want an ongoing presence is credible. wil
're not that hard to build. al qaeda from my understanding has a basic list of how you make these bombs online. basically i was told anybody can make these bombs, which is why it's going to be challenging to figure out who did this, at least from one expert. he said that anybody could have made these bombs. it could have been a foreign person or an american. >> we'll have to watch and see and hope for the best on that. thank you for joining us tonight. we appreciate it. >> thank you. >>> more than 1,200 runners from our area took part in the boston marathon. one was 63-year-old coach. he crossed the finish line just 30 minutes before the bombs went off. >> i was in a bus changing clothes when we heard the booms a few second apart and then the shock waves followed, and it felt very much like i was at home on 9/11, the shock wave felt just the same. i knew instantly it was a bomb. >> you heard him right. mr. wynn had a front row seat for 9/11 as well. a local principal who ran in the boston marathon quickly let his school in rockville know he was okay. andrew winter said he used his cell phone,
jihadist warriors out there. they have a relationship and affiliation with al qaeda in pakistan, in afghanistan. martha: so the investigation is focusing on two areas primarily in russia. the muslim origin of chechnya and next store dagestan where family members lived over years. doug mckelway is live in washington. what are you hearing about questions of the younger tsnaraev now? >> reporter: the concern is how long can he be questioned before the public safety runs out, most say 48 hours. once under miranda he is under no obligation to cooperate with authorities. >> remember the number one goal right here is to get inside his head and get whatever intelligence he has with any operatives in the united states to protect the homeland and protect americans inside the united states. >> reporter: speaking this morning on fox news, former u.s. attorney general alberto gonzales suggested being mirandized will not necessarily close off the flow of information from tsnaraev. >> we have something we can give him which is his life. for example, taking the death penalty off the i believe a
and pakistan. i will say that the al qaeda playbook is usually to hit sporting events. you read this all the time. sporting events, mass casualties. it really -- this marathon bombing plays into the al qaeda playbook. so i would not discount -- again, as i've said throughout your programs, we still at this point really don't know if this is a foreign or a domestic terror plot. >> all right. very important point to still make tonight. thank you very much. we appreciate your time as always, chairman mccall. still to come, we have more of our coverage of the boston marathon bombings and the new video that we have tonight. the fbi video of the two possible suspects, we're going to go through it again. as i said, it's riveting. you keep wanting to see it and see it and see it. is there a clue in the hat that they're wearing specifically? plus, a desperate effort to save possible survivors in the west texas explosion. the latest from the scene. [ tires screech ] [ beeping ] ♪ [ male announcer ] we don't just certify our pre-owned vehicles. we inspect, analyze and recondition each one, until
on the internet, including just last month in an al qaeda magazine "inspire." investigators say the explosion in boston was smokeless powder, gunpowder like this available at sporting goods stores, not something more powerful like dynamite. and they believed they were carried in the scene in dark nylon bags and set off by timers. the area was checked twice for bombs but there was no security screening. >> because there is unrestricted access to the racecourse, simply because it's 28 miles long, people can come and go and bring items in and out. >> reporter: authorities searched the apartment of a foreign student injured in the blast and seen run ago way but they found nothing and he is not considered a suspect. investigators urge anyone who was at the scene to send them pictures and videos. police and federal agents even took the highly unusual step of asking people leaving boston if they had pictures of value, too. >> that was pete williams reporting. >>> as investigators try to find those responsible, doctors and medical personnel continue treating dozens injured in the blast. this morning
that al qaeda normally does. they normally go for something on a much grander scale. on the other hand, officials have pointed out to us this does have elements of coordination. there was more than one blast. so there was a coordinated plan. that may or may not mean more than one person was involved. it could be a very small cell. it could be a lone wolf inspired by either an international group or a domestic terror group or it could be someone acting out their own hostilities. we don't know yet, but the officials from the f.b.i., the a.t.f. and other agencies are doings a full court press, scott. >> pelley: bob, thank you. president obama at the white house today vowed to bring justice to whoever is responsible for the bombings. we will have that part of the story when the "cbs evening news" continues. eight. i tried weight loss plans... but their shakes aren't always made for people with diabetes. that's why there's glucerna hunger smart shakes. they have carb steady, with carbs that digest slowly to help minimize blood sugar spikes. and they have six grams of sugars. with fifteen gr
the hallmarks of an al qaeda attack. >> i think when you look at that, you have to go to your inspire magazine, al qaeda's online publication where they have instructions for these bombs. you see these simple bombs. it certainly does that. to be on balance, you also will see that these are not sophisticated devices. we've seen the same kind of devices in domestic terror. >> no clear evidence that anyone subjected this was going to happen and secondly no one has taken credit for it at this time. norah? >> that's right, john miller. thank you. and charlie. as you heard, eyewitnesses say it was a horrific scene at the marathon finish line. medical tents set up at the end of the race were turned into emergency rooms. don, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. victims were brought to seven boston area hospitals including mass general that took in 29 of them, eight of whom here are listed in critical condition for a total of 17 around the area. as word of the bombings came out, the hospitals quickly sprang into action. they evacuated their emergency rooms preparing for mass casualties because in
in baghdad and near the airplane. they believe al-qaeda is responsible. this comes days before the first election since u.s. troops left. >>> the u.s. supreme court decided not to hear a case challenging new york's gun control law. it puts limits on who can get a permit. a group of residents filed suit seeking to over turn the law. >>> bad service? what we learned about mail delivery in the bay area and the distinction one city has earned. >> firefighters are used to using devices to save lives but a device a firefighter wore saved his own. mary gonzales had a cold, she also has asthma. so she sees her allergist who has a receptionist susan, who sees that she's due for a mammogram. mary has one that day. that's when she finds out she has a tumor. she has a successful surgery and because her health provider has an amazing connected system, she has her life. i don't know what you have but i have kaiser permanente. kaiser permanente. thrive when i take a picture of this check, it goes straight to the bank. oh. oh look the lion is out! no mommy no! don't worry honey, it only works on checks.
of that device is. is it an original design? is it something they've seen in al qaeda magazines or somewhere on the internet? it will be important clues. >> pelley: and the fact that the f.b.i. has now taken the lead in this investigation at this early hours tells you what? >> i reported that even before the f.b.i. reported it because that is basically a no brainer which is you've got two explosions going on in a crowded public televised event. that signals terrorism until someone tells us differently. that will be the mode the f.b.i. operates on you. heard rick deslauriers the special agent in charge saying there's a criminal investigation that could turn into an international terrorism investigation but they're going to go in with the premise that this was something with connections to terrorism and they're going to keep at that until they determine what it is but they're certainly going to throw every available resource at this and that will be an awful lot. >> pelley: john, thanks very much. we have on the telephone an eyewitness to the explosion. her name is jamie fowler. jamie, can you
it was a one-off event of these people and not be as afraid going forward as opposed to having al qaeda penetrating the borders and succeeded again. >> i agree with that, but the international and domestic gets a little blurb talking about the homegrown terrorist phenomenon with a domestic operative inspired by a foreign terrorist network and their inspiration to commit terrorist attacks. carried out by a lone individual here domestically, they be living were even has a u.s. residency were us-born. melissa: that is a great point. that person could operate bombs that look like what we are seeing here, a domestically grown terrorist inspired by foreigners? >> absolutely. if he got training in the middle east or somalia, that is absolutely a trait he would have, it is very possible the so-called homegrown terrorists because of terrorism overseas by directly being there or being inspired by the kinds of messages the overseas terrorist have propagated especially on the internet. melissa: i hope you both come back as we get more clues to decode them. >> thank you. melissa: up next on "money,"
now as to the fundamental question, domestic or forren? >>> there's some reporting that al qaeda linked magazine "inspire" had techniques how to make a bomb matched this was done. anybody could have figured out how to do this. anything you have heard given you an indication of domestic versus foreign, inspiration or origination? >> personally, from the very beginning, i tended to lean toward domestic. i have been at international bombings overseas on several occasions running the investigation. i've been in the u.s. also running them. and what you have here is if your expertise is on middle east terrorism, every bombing tended to look like that, it has hallmarks of middle east terrorism. if your expertise is domestic, then it's domestic. it has the hallmarks of both and neither. you don't have a group claiming credit. but on the other hand, the material being used, especially roofing nails or carpenter nails used that's how the atlanta 1996 centennial park bombing was put together, a pipe bomb with food container with nails in it and one of the nails struck a woman and killed her
is al qaeda, you go right through it. so who exactly are we talking about? who leads the? i knew every military coalition group and so one year at least in my opinion as secretary of defense it's not clear enough to make any conclusions, inclusive adjustments to a policy recommendation on this is, mr. president, this is exactly what we should do. >> i had used two terms as i think are important, coherent and inclusive, because as i think as general dempsey suggested, should there be an immediate collapse of the assad government, there is the potential for civil strife unless the opposition is not only coherent but it embraces the three major traditions in the country, shia, sunni, four, christian and critic another context, we didn't have, and libya and again i will stand to be corrected, there was tribal rivalry but there wasn't quite such a traditional distinction of cleavage, sectarian cleavage in other areas also. and that is a very elusive objective. i thank you very much. >> if i could just add, do you mind? it's important to mention i think, you will hear some folks say we have
one of these programs could give it to a group like al qaeda that could bring it to this country or to europe. so i think it's a very real concern. there is no telling whether these letters are part of that or not but i think frankly over the years we haven't focused enough concern in the public debate anyway about the possible threat from chemical and biological agents. jon: and there is no question in your mind some of these bad actors out there have laboratories that are actively working on programs like this, whether they intend to use them or not? >> right. at a minimum they could be for defensive purposes. we have focused on the potential use of chemical weapons by the assad regime in syria. but the fact is that the risks that these could --. jon: we just lost our satellite connection to ambassador john bolton. apologies for that. that happens when you don't book enough satellite time and apparently we didn't. jenna: when we have breaking news and sometimes things run over that can happen. we'll look forward to try to have the ambassador back. meantime we do have someone th
the hallmark or clues that we normally associate with al qaeda attacks. >> it doesn't. no one is claiming responsibility. they weren't enormous bombs. but they are both like bombings in iraq and in afghanistan. those smaller bombs, and plus the 1 seconds apart. the two bombs, that's really a hallmark of somebody who knows what they're doing and they want to elicit maximum terror. i mean, think about the word "terror," the people here, innocents in their shorts and t-shirts watching a wonderful event, and right now, we sit here. when i flew in last night, george, i was looking over the city and i thought, somewhere in that city is someone who just did a horrible, horrible thing. >> and, martha, for you coming in last night, i was coming home while you reported from boston for many years, you know what this marathon, what this day, patriots day means to this city of boston. >> it is just the most wonderful coming together in this city. you know, this is a big city, but it really is a small town and i am already hearing terrible stories of people who have a friend of a friend who lost a leg.
didn't actually come straight out of the al qaeda playbook. they held up a 7-eleven store. pedestrian at best. as you said, mika, after the attack, they stayed in plain view. certainly they had to know that with everything, all of the new media out there and the camera phones, they certainly had to know that their pictures would be picked up. they were picked up after all. a tragic shooting on m issuing t campus and all of this obviously led to it. as pete williams said to you 30 minutes ago, it wasn't anything law enforcement authorities did last night. it was their own sloppy behavior, their own reckless behavior, their own tragic behavior that brought this to a head this morning. now, that said, pete williams is saying also that they certainly have more information on these two suspects because they were already on the list of possible terrorists and so, obviously, they were -- it would have taken more time to get to these guys but, obviously, their behavior over the last 12 hours precipitated this entire crisis that has watertown and most of boston in a lockdown. mika? >> we will
constant. with al qaeda franchises continuing to grow. mr. secretary, our plate is full and we look forward to working to advance our nation's interests regarding koran, we can't be moving fast enough to increase the economic pressure on the iranian revolution regime. the ranking member and i have introduced legislation to do just that. the administration will see the need to send the strongest signal that a ran -- that iran's drive to have nuclear weapons will be stopped. with north korea, we need to be imposing crippling financial sanctions on this increasingly illiterate regime. in 2005, the treasury department was allowed to counter north korea's illicit activities. a counter those activities because it was discovered that north korea was counterfeiting u.s. $100 bills and drug running and was involved in weapons sales. --t tracactic genetically to curtailed their access to do currency division needed for its nuclear and missile programs. those programs increasingly threaten us. we must get back to that policy. isobust human rights policy especially critical in the case of north korea.
, the al qaeda linked groups that have been talking about this, no one is claiming responsibilities. they're just trading photos and clips. usually if there's an kraed related attack, someone is going to claim it quite quickly. >> james, thanks for that. >> now, let's check in on markets which did take a leg lower yesterday after the boston bombings, but there were plenty of other things going on, as well. global growth concerns, for example, we're not seeing that much of a rebound shaping up across europe today, but the dow jones futures are trying to add something in the range of 50 points at the open. nasdaq and s&p pointed towards a similar rebound. we're not seeing it play out across crude oil and european markets which are deeply -- i should say broadly in the red if not deally. the ibex paring its losses. >> meanwhile, north korea has issued fresh threats concerning the standoff over its nuclear program. jim maseda joins us now from seoul. jim, just run us through the latest. >> hi, ross. first of all, a little bit of i think interesting perspective here. my colleague, richard engl
tactics like preemptive sur veils is no longer necessary and al qaeda is all but defeated so we can relax. there is some question. we've said we no loerng use the war on terror as terminology and you can see how much criticism the president has come under for drone attacks. why do we still need to kill terrorists using drones? you can see how much criticism he gets for that? >> he's going to get even more criticism if this turns out to be the result of some homegrown knuckle heads who put these bombs together. >> why would he get more? >> because it will verify the notion that we don't have to -- >> but it may not be that. it may be that it's -- you're leaning towards domestic. >> there wasn't the kind of chatter on the air waves that we've seen before. no claims of responsibility. >> it could be a -- i don't know, it could be four or five guys that are -- boston is an international state with so many universities and in the past stheef found so they've found some, you know, presumed cells, right. >> and in new york, too. there's one thing about it, it's very difficult to get high explosi
square bomber in new york. these were all domesticop, renfiatn.bviously had a al qaeda reazes it's vy ey have been using people already here. we also have people self-motivated over the internet. they become se-radicalized or coul b someone from white supremacist group. ey, again, eiry domestic or it coulde a combination of the two, as said, with islamic jihadist, both domestic and having a foreign connection. all of this is being looked at, but certainly between now and 9/11, now, people knowctly what to do. ther is a protocol in place, what measures to take,nd move quickly and effectively and work very well together. totalsynchronization. >> we don't know who did this. we spect we will know at some point. peter ki, congssman peter king, thank you for sharing your expertise with us. we appreciateit. >> thank you. >> ahead o "starting point" we continue to follow this unfolding investigation of this terror attacknst, were tracking other delin stories. we'll talk about how theto maetar rctg to this. will there bereverb rations? we'll tell you about it, next. >> announcer: did you know the
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